Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-03 Thread Joe Ortenzi
I think that was the point of both myself and Dave, Todd. Mark's vitriolic rant seemed to miss the point that the technology comes after you discover what the business requires, what their resources are, what the requirements of the site will be over the next 12-24 months, etc. not just say

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-03 Thread Susan Grossman
On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 5:53 AM, James Farrell [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote: Hi Guys, A client wants to use Adobe Contribute for content management. Is there any point writing standards complient code or will contribute butcher the code anyway? Can I use php at all with contribute? Would love to

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-03 Thread James Farrell
Hi Guys, Thank your for your insights and assistance on this topic. I am taking everyone's opinion into consideration and have received very usefull help and templates from several people. James 2008/11/3 Susan Grossman [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 5:53 AM, James Farrell [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-03 Thread Joe Ortenzi
Mark, you seem to misunderstand what Dave and I are saying and maybe you so angry about something you can't even see you're contradicting yourself and claiming dave and I are saying different things when your examples, reflected back at us, clearly show paralell, not conflicting

[WSG] I am away on leave [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2008-11-03 Thread nathan.franklin
I am away on leave returning on Monday, 10 November 2008, if you have a request for Customs web admin please send it to [EMAIL PROTECTED] Regards Nathan Nathan Franklin Web Admin | IT Applications | Australian Customs Service Ph: (02) 6275 6357 | http://www.customs.gov.au

[WSG] another form question

2008-11-03 Thread tee
1) wrap the input inside 'label' is bad practice - so I have not done that for years. 2) learned that 'button' is better over the 'input' for submit 3) Will wrapping button inside 'label' is: a) OK - no ill effect whatsoever; b) very good; c) bad- never do that. example 1: fieldset

Re: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

2008-11-03 Thread Taco Fleur
Thanks Thierry, Indeed the problem lies with IE6. It gets worse though, Internet Explorer 6 has a further bug where it will treat all button elements as successful controls, and submit their data to the server, even if they were not clicked. This effectively makes using multiple button elements